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Have You Checked out Notebooking?

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I know many of you are longingly gazing out the window at the sunshine while trying to crank out the last few school days (or get started again).  You can do it!!  🙂  If you are looking for a way to shake up your routine a bit, consider Notebooking.


What is Notebooking, You Ask?

Notebooking is the coined term for what one may refer to as educational journaling or scrapbooking. Essentially, the idea is to create a compilation of what has been learned and experienced in any number of subjects or activities and organize it in a notebook (or binder).

It is generally up to the child to determine what he wants to include in this notebook, although you may want to provide some basic guidelines to help him get started. Written narrations, copywork, timelines, reports, lists, observations, drawings, maps, and photographs are just some of the items that he may include.

The notebook pages he creates for his notebooks will capture the new knowledge he has discovered as well as his own personal reflections of what he has learned. The finished notebook will prove to be a treasure for years to come as the child reviews all that he has learned and admires the elements that he brought to the subjects in making his very own book.

Quoted from NotebookingPages.com

 Notebooking is a very natural and creative way for students to record what they have learned.  It can be used for almost any subject and with any homeschooling philosophy: Charlotte Mason, Classical, the Principle Approach and even Unschooling.  And it works wonderfully with our Unit Program curriculum, particularly. My kids LOVED them — and it was so much easier for them to write on an attractive page with headings than just staring at a blank one!
Studying history chronologically, like we do, is especially easy with a lifetime membership to all of Debra’s current and future notebooking pages sets.  Then you can download notebooking pages for what you’re studying in history, fine arts, science and more.  Help your children have more ownership of what they are studying by letting them keep their own student notebooks.

Free Notebooking Pages Product Sampler from NotebookingPages.com.

Debra has created hundreds and hundreds of notebooking pages, many with colorful graphics, beautiful borders and inspiring photography.  This is not just a set of lined pages with borders, but much, more more. These are just a few of the subjects your students can create notebooks on using Debra’s pages:
  • The Alphabet
  • History Topics including:
    • Ancient Africa and Egypt
    • Ancient Americas
    • Ancient China and Japan
    • Ancient Mesopotamia
    • Ancient Greek
    • Ancient Romans
  • The Presidents, with images for each President through George W. Bush
  • The First Ladies (with images)
  • Birds of the World
  • Copy work/poetry books with many themes such as:
    • Animals
    • North American flowers (flowers have their own illustrated pages)
    • Tropical Birds
    • World Explorers
    • Bible Books and Topics
These beautiful pages will encourage your reluctant writers to write, making your job a little easier. And  just by signing up for a free account, you receive a sample of over 600 pages!
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P.S. Just to let you know the links to Notebooking.com are affiliate links.  We only recommend products that we have used and loved.

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